The Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows is a beautiful resort with friendly, attentive staff. The long sandy beach is replete with cabanas. It wasn't busy at all in late June, early July when we stayed there, and the weather was fabulous. If you are looking for a quiet resort that offers lots of area to walk and you would enjoy the beach, gardens and fish ponds then this is the place for you. You can walk extensively in this area, and as well the hotel has bicycles available for use by patrons. Our king bed was comfortable, and the room had everything we needed including a nice ocean view and lanai. The staff replenish your ice bucket every day for you which was a nice touch. With a rental car it was easy to get around to restaurants and shopping in the area. The golf courses are beautiful and challenging too. We have travelled a lot, and honestly this resort is high on our list. We will return.
We stayed a week and Hapuna Beach Prince Resort and loved it! It's only 30 minutes north of Kona making it easy to get back and forth if needed. The resort is on it's own so you're not in a crowded area. Not sure how many people were at the hotel when we were there, but we never felt like we are constantly running into people. The beach is fantastic. It's a nice white fine sand that extends far into the water. Most of the other beaches we noticed were rock. The hotel was very clean and the staff extremely kind. The only down side, which is all over the island, is that the hotel food is pretty expensive. That can be helped with a trip to the grocery store in Wiakoloa only 15 minutes away.
frist time at big island and stay at Hilton Waikoloa Village excellent but only mercedes benz shuttle is services bad (never recommended for any body very bad services and the prices and time , take a taxi save time and money.)
Quiet relaxing family hotel. The kids really loved the pools, and slides and the overall relaxed feeling of the hotel. The rooms were fitted to a very good standard and gave the flexibility of self catering, with a fully fitted kitchen. Food at the hotel was basic, although within the wider complex there was lots of choice to eat out if required. The bar closes at7:30, which works well with the overall family feel. Great as s family location, younger singles or couples might want something more upbeat. This was our second visit and still loved it!
Traveller from california
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Happy to be back to this hotel. Expedia's prices were better than the hotel was quoting. Our room was huge, fresh, great lanai, and marvelous view. Self parking was very close, a luxury in Hawaii. Pool one of the nicest ever.
The staff were welcoming, professional and the most friendly and attentive we've experienced at a condo resort. They quickly responded to any requests, set up an air mattress in our room, and offered many nice touches including chocolates upon arrival and complimentary DVD rentals. The facilities were well attended to, and the care of staff was evident. Our condo was exceptionally clean. The condo was well-equipped, but a bit dated throughout. Perfectly comfortable.
Traveller from California
Overlooking the 15th fairway of a Waikoloa Beach Resort's golf courses, these townhome-style villas are a mile from …More
Luxury resorts, sprawling golf courses, and white sands line the Kohala Coast – Waikoloa. Hawaii’s sunniest coast is a must-go for beachgoers. It is also known as the cradle to King Kamehameha, Hawaii’s greatest king. His influence can be seen at the nearby Pu’ukohola Heiau National Historic Site, where visitors can see the temple of war he built before unifying the Hawaiian Islands.